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(507) 6.2 92 min 2018

Always at The Carlyle is a movie starring Woody Allen, Herb Alpert, and Wes Anderson. The iconic Carlyle hotel has been an international destination for a particular jet-set as well as a favorite haunt of the most discernible New...

Herb Alpert, Woody Allen, Wes Anderson, Anthony Bourdain
Matthew Miele

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Matthew Miele
Writer Matthew Miele
Stars Herb Alpert, Woody Allen, Wes Anderson, Anthony Bourdain
Country USA
Also Known As Last Night at the Carlyle, Always at the Carlyle, カーライル ニューヨークが恋したホテル, カーライル ニューヨークが恋したホテル
Runtime 1H 32M
Description The iconic Carlyle hotel has been an international destination for a particular jet-set as well as a favorite haunt of the most discernible New Yorkers.

Top reviews

Thursday, 09 Jul 2020 22:23

I am a fan of the Roosters, so this film was just a chance for me to finally see them in action and how they are perceived by the public. I am very happy to see the All Blacks have been doing more films, because they are a great bunch of people, a great team and a great heritage. It is so nice to see them in action again and on the big screen. I'm really looking forward to seeing the Lions, who are the other all Blacks team and I'm sure this film will help boost the perception of the British national team a little bit. The directors obviously were given great access to the rugby, so I think they did a great job and it was just a pleasure to watch them play. This film has everything, interviews with the players, the coaches, the management and the fans, the beautiful location of Northampton and the scenes in the hotel. This is the biggest film about rugby, and it was very well made and put together. This film is a great opportunity for rugby fans to see the best players of the rugby world and their story and it is a film that will hopefully bring a lot of awareness to rugby. Hopefully the Lions will take up the challenge and come back with a similar film, but it won't be too long before the All Blacks and the Lions do it. I'm very pleased to see that the directors did not use the Hollywood style of story telling. They went for real footage and interviews with the players, coaches and the fans, and it worked well. I highly recommend this film and hope they do a sequel, or a movie about the Lions, because I think that would be a great success.
Saturday, 04 Jul 2020 19:57

After the success of the 2009 movie 'Jack Ryan' based on the book 'The Shadow Client', I was very much looking forward to this, which follows the CIA agent Jack Ryan (played by Tom Hanks) as he begins a journey into the wilds of Central America to find a possible new drug lord. At times there are some very well made scenes, especially one in the jungle, and I must say, the movie is interesting and very well shot. It is very well written and some of the scenes, especially the scene where he visits the farm of a couple who have lost their son are very moving. However, there are a couple of points in the film where I found it lacking, mainly one about his attempt to rescue a girl who is being held captive by a rebel leader. The girl's family has a strong desire to kill her because they believe she has been given to the rebels and her husband has sold her to the rebels. While there is a huge debate about whether the girl's family is right, it seems like the only people who are convinced of the girl's innocence are the rebel leader and the rebel leader's wife. The rebels and their wife, who are on opposite sides of the argument, seem to know all the facts and agree with each other. The rebels, who believe the girl is innocent, want to talk to Ryan to help his case. When Ryan arrives at the scene, the rebels take him prisoner and threaten to kill him unless he hands over the girl. I was a little surprised that the rebels didn't ask the girl's family for information on the rebel leader. This may seem to be a minor point, but I think it is important because the rebels feel the need to make their case without the cooperation of the girl's family. This is a scene that could have been handled better, because it seems to be a stand alone moment, without any real connection to the rest of the film. I would have liked to see the rebels ask the family what they knew of the rebel leader and if they believe the girl is innocent. I also think the rebels were being unreasonable in their desire to capture Ryan, but the scenes in which Ryan is being captured by the rebels, where the rebels are not afraid to kill him, is a good example of this. Overall, 'At the Carlyle' is an interesting look at a part of American history, but I don't think it is perfect. In the beginning of the film we see the CIA agent being interrogated by the rebels and it seems like he was being set up to be an agent and is being punished for it. This leads to a number of very interesting scenes, but the scenes with the rebels, especially the one in the jungle, are good. I would have liked to have seen more about Ryan's journey. I thought that the film was almost a documentary, but I think that the filmmakers did a great job of telling the story of the CIA agent, but the film could have been better if they could have given more to the story. However, I think that the director did a good job. I also think that the film is very well shot, and I think that the film does a good job of showing the jungle, and the way the filmmakers wanted to tell the story. Overall, 'At the Carlyle' is an interesting film about a part of American history, and I think that it is a good movie, but it could have been better.

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